National Archives description "TRAINING VIDEO RECORDING: Recruitment of U.S. citizens by foreign governments as intelligence agents such as KGB and GRU. Narrated by FBI Director William Webster. Foreign intelligence officers are working within U.S. system to gain information through friendships and bribery of U.S. citizens get them to hand over secret documents. Citizens can monitor diplomats activities by reporting unusual request for restricted U.S. documents to FBI." National... Topics: Cold War, Webster, William H., Espionage, Soviet -- United States -- History, Espionage, Training...
byBenson, Robert Louis; Warner, Michael; United States. National Security Agency; Center for the Study of Intelligence (U.S.); Center for Democracy in the U.S.S.R. (New York, N.Y.)
"The muggy Washington summer of 1948 grew even hotter when news media reported that a 'blonde spy queen' three years earlier had given federal investigators convincing evidence of widespread Soviet espionage in America during World War II. In a few days the world learned her name—Elizabeth Bentley—and heard her and another ex-Communist agent, Whittaker Chambers, repeat their charges before Congress. Republican congressmen and candidates cited the stories as further evidence of the... Topics: Cold War, Soviet Union. -- Komitet gosudarstvennoĭ bezopasnosti -- History -- Sources, Soviet...